Dell XPS 410/Vista Home Premium/2 GB RAM/BitDefender Internet Security 2009
I performed a clean boot and installed Service Pack 1. I didn't think there were any problems; then later in the day I got a Windows Security Alert that stated Windows Defender and Spyware Doctor were turned off. That's as it has always been and should be because BD has antispyware. I just open Spyware Doctor about once a week (with all real time protection disabled), update it and run a scan. This alert finally stopped so I went ahead, did a clean boot and installed Service Pack 2. Same thing all over again only this time it said my antivirus was out of date, even though I updated BD a number of times. Again, the alert went away and I thought all was ok.
The next day I got the alert again; this time it was back to the antispyware warning, and this time I can not get rid of it. I know I can turn off the alerts, but what I want is to find out what is causing this and fix it.
I ran the command line SCF /SCANNOW as administrator and when it was done it said "Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations."
When I Googled this someone said to run the command to check WMI and it was consistent so that wasn't the problem.
My computer is running fine except for this, and according to BitDefender everything is up and running. Can anyone offer any knowledge or solutions on this?